Liam Boyce keen to get back among the goals against Motherwell
Ross County striker Liam Boyce is looking to get back on the goal trail against Motherwell.
Before the 1-0 defeat by Hamilton, the 25-year-old Northern Ireland international had scored a hat-trick in the 3-2 derby win against Inverness and a double in the 2-0 victory over Kilmarnock.
He said: "I didn't score against Hamilton and I wasn't happy with that.
"I didn't really get any chances and as a team we weren't happy with the way we attacked.
"In the two games before that we scored five goals. Hopefully we can go back to that way and keep creating chances."
The Staggies have signed former Dundee United midfielder Ryan Dow ahead of the Ladbrokes Premiership clash.
Meanwhile, Ryan Bowman aims to follow in the footsteps of Marvin Johnson and Louis Moult after swapping the Vanarama National League for Motherwell.
The Steelmen bought Bowman from Gateshead hours after selling former Kidderminster winger Johnson to Oxford for a healthy profit.
And the 24-year-old aims to emulate the goalscoring exploits of former Wrexham striker Moult, who netted 18 goals in his first season and is fit for Saturday's trip to Dingwall following a groin injury.
Bowman said: "I played against Louis Moult when he was at Wrexham in the FA Trophy one season and then twice in the league too, and he shone above the rest.
"You could tell he was that bit better than the rest.
"He got his move and he did well here last season so I hope I can do the same thing.
"He was playing in the Conference with Wrexham and came and did well here, and teams are after him the same with Marvin Johnson. Hopefully that's what I can do as well."